Millennials and the Moments That Made Us: A Cultural History of the U.S. from 1982-Present Paperback – 23 Feb 2018
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Shaun Scott is a budding master of prose. His sentences are tied up in humor, contemporary cultural criticism, head-shaking sadness, and hope. His new work might be the beacon Millennials turn to in staggering times, as his pages are filled with inspiringly precise language. --Jake Uitti, Contributing Writer, Washington Post
About the Author
Shaun Scott is a writer, historian, and filmmaker. His work has appeared in Jacobin Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and the film journal Senses of Cinema. His bi-weekly column, Faded Signs, which publishes in City Arts Magazine, is about popular culture in late capitalism. Scott is the author of the 2015 e-book ""Something Better: Millennials and Late Capitalism at the Movies."" He lives in Seattle, Washington.
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